Skip to main content

About your Search

Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4
occupied military post in the united states. we'll get a special tour of west point. >> coming up, i'll tell you why this person is driving badly to save lives. >> something you probably do just about every day may be hazardous to your health. >> that and lots more right now on "teen kids news." >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm siena. here's our top story for this week. >> we've all seen those cute paper balloons in stores. you fill one out when you donate money. but you may wonder, who does your dollar help? nicole has the story. >> ♪ a little bit longer, hey >> musician nick jonas, american idol david archuleta, and teen dream justin bieber -- they're just some of the celebs who support the children's miracle network hospitals. but 13-year-old alena, and millions of kids like her, are the real stars of the charity. alena gets a special present delivered to her house once a week. it's not clothes, jewelry, or games. alena's gift is medicine that helps keep her alive. >> so i have a rare genetic disorder called maroteaux-lamy, or also known as mps vi, and i t
chen guangcheng is appealing for asylum in the united states. >> he spent almost a week in the u.s. embassy in beijing before emerging on wednesday. he says he fears for the safety of himself and his family. >> american officials are continuing talks with both chen and beijing, but the chinese government wants an apology over the u.s. and its handling of the case. >> supporters to question how washington turned him back over to the authorities in china. >> chen guangcheng is now in this beijing hospital where he was brought by u.s. officials. in a phone interview with the reuters news agency, he said he now wants to leave china as soon as possible. he says he fears for his safety and that while he was planning to stay in china, he has now changed his mind. he says his family are with him and that they also want to get out of the country. the affair has overshadowed a visit to china by u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton. in a speech before the country's leaders, she said beijing must protect human rights. >> because we believe that all governments do have to answer to citizen
of that were no longer counted as unemployed. in terms of outlook for employment in the united states i think we'll continue to see job growth but it's probably going to be only moderate job growth. if you look at the results we've had over the past several months, it is not altogether that strong. we are seeing just moderate increases in jobs. i don't see anything on the horizon that will change that meaningfully. i would suspect that over the next several months we'll probably average about 150,000 in new job growth. that might be good in some situations, but in the early stages of an expansion like we're in now, we should be seeing much stronger job growth. >> that was michael moran, chief economist at daiwa securities america. >>> japan's finance minister has promised nearly $2 billion to a regional fund that helps poor countries. >> translator: japan is in a severe economic financial situation after last year's natural disaster. but we wanted to help reduce poverty in asia. >> the fund is run by an asian development bank. it gives low-interest loans to poor nations to help them develop t
will soon be gathering in the united states expected to discuss ways to attack the european credit crisis and stabilize the world economy. the leaders will spend the weekend at the camp david presidential retreat near washington. issues on the table will likely include how to tackle the credit crisis in europe. observers expect the leaders to discuss the impact of the political turmoil in greece and how to stabilize the global economy. the leaders will also likely discuss the syrian government's violence against citizens. they're expected to exchange views on the work of u.n. cease-fire monitors and humanitarian aid for refugees. the leaders are also likely to discuss north korea and they're expected to urge north korean leaders not to conduct another nuclear test. >>> facebook had its first day as a public company on friday. its shares opened higher on the nasdaq exchange but ended the day just a little over the initial public offering price. facebook shares rose to $42. 11% higher than the initial price of $38. this level brought the firm's total valuation to $115 billion which is even
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4